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Bukingham-pi theorem

Bukingham-π(pi) Theorem


This Bukingham-π(pi) theorem is used to determined the relation by discribing the physical phenomenon to the number of independent dimensions groups.
The non dimension group is given by that a large number of physical variable are involved, in a dimensionally homogeneous containing 'm' fundamental dimensions. It is given by (n-m).
The equation is given by the relation amount the variables.
F(π1,π2,π3,π4...........)

For example, if there are 8 variables ins problem and this is expressed in 6 terms, then by using the buckingham-π theorem the dimensionless groups are represented as 8-6=2. This is expressed as 
 F(π1,π2).

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